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Default Call right frame Page_Load event from left frame.

Hello.

General:
I'm developing web site . the main page contain frameset with two frames(left and right).The left frame refresh the right frame.

[u]on the right frame</u>
I have few TextBox that have no Post back events!!(from our resones.)

My Question:
I want to save TextBox Content. How can i do it from the left frame?
How Can i trigger page_load event (to save state)from the left side,before the left side refreshes right side.

Thanks inadvanced.



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